The Dude Who Did Dictionaries #2020

The Dude Who Did Dictionaries By Josh Mitchell The Dude Who Did Dictionaries Frank Flutie is a lexicographer who has waged war on the perils of adultolescence by leaving a high paying job as a copywriter for an advertising company called The Banker and taking a low paying job
  • Title: The Dude Who Did Dictionaries
  • Author: Josh Mitchell
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Dude Who Did Dictionaries By Josh Mitchell
    The Dude Who Did Dictionaries By Josh Mitchell Frank Flutie is a lexicographer who has waged war on the perils of adultolescence by leaving a high paying job as a copywriter for an advertising company called The Banker and taking a low paying job in a bookstore instead, ostensibly so he can write the first ever all sexual dictionary The war and his dictionary , however, aren t going particularly well and, under tFrank Flutie is a lexicographer who has waged war on the perils of adultolescence by leaving a high paying job as a copywriter for an advertising company called The Banker and taking a low paying job in a bookstore instead, ostensibly so he can write the first ever all sexual dictionary The war and his dictionary , however, aren t going particularly well and, under the stress of his self imposed exile from affluence, Frank has become petty and fatalistic a shit hoarder whose dictionary would be better utilized as a flyswatter, a doorstop, or a paperweight Always broke, but too proud to accept charity, he rarely sees his few friends and cannot get the virginal Marlene in bed because or so he believes , If you got no dough, no woman will love you On the mantle in Frank s shabby apartment is a sickly but unkillable pet sea lamprey a jawless fish he abhors as the banner of the sort of clockwork universe he is fleeing from in his downward spiral In the course of his misadventures, we become grindingly aware that his radical solution to the problem of the money world is no solution at all that in his desperate reaction against a monstrous system, he has become something of a monster himself.
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      Josh Mitchell is a writer, director, and publicist He is originally from Boston but he currently lives in the heart of Hollywood.His new novel The Dude Who Did Dictionaries is now available on via Kindle Direct as a KDP Selection dp B00M0DUI8YFrank Flutie is a lexicographer who has waged war on the perils of adultolescence by leaving a high paying job as a copywriter for an advertising company called The Banker and taking a low paying job in a bookstore instead, ostensibly so he can write the first ever all sexual dictionary The war and his dictionary , however, aren t going particularly well and, under the stress of his self imposed exile from affluence, Frank has become petty and fatalistic a shit hoarder whose dictionary would be better utilized as a flyswatter, a doorstop, or a paperweight Always broke, but too proud to accept charity, he rarely sees his few friends and cannot get the virginal Marlene in bed because or so he believes , If you got no dough, no woman will love you On the mantle in Frank s shabby apartment is a sickly but unkillable pet sea lamprey a jawless fish he abhors as the banner of the sort of clockwork universe he is fleeing from in his downward spiral In the course of his misadventures, we become grindingly aware that his radical solution to the problem of the money world is no solution at all that in his desperate reaction against a monstrous system, he has become something of a monster himself The Dude Who Did Dictionaries is a behemoth valentine to Boston and a gritty, sprawling, depiction of today s recession inflicted state of affairs.

    131 thoughts on “The Dude Who Did Dictionaries



    • The sample was horrific It s sad that a book would make their sample which should be their most stellar example such a crappy offering, especially when said sample should represent the quality of the book This book either doesn t care about how it appears, or the book is so narcissistic as to assume that readers are too stupid to recognize very basic stellar mistakes, content editing issues, proof reading issues, and basic poor writing issues Methinks this book doesn t get it, and wants to belie [...]


    • I thought the book was very entertaining and it had some great characters in it The main character was well developed and fun to read about I would have liked to know a bit about the dictionary itself.




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